Dr. Perryman takes a look at the trade truce between the US and China and hopes it leads to a positive outcome.
The 2018 Farm Bill appears to finally be heading to passage. As Dr. Perryman tells us, removing the SNAP work requirement is a key reason why.
This week’s 617 point Dow gain after comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is the focus of this report by Dr. Ray Perryman.
President Trump may not be buying his government’s just-released climate report, but Dr. Perryman sees ways to improve the climate without sacrificing economic growth.
Dr. Perryman has embarked on his 35th economic outlook conference tour across Texas and, as usual, is unveiling new economic outlook numbers for the year.
GM announcing it’s offering 15% of its white collar workers buyouts and will slash thousands of high-paying factory jobs at four US plants and one in Canada.
How fast is technology moving? Consider the oddly-named Cyber Monday, as Dr. Perryman tells us every day these days is cyber day.
The “yield curve” has recently been receiving some attention because it can be a harbinger of economic downturns and has long been analyzed as a tool for predicting recessions. However, I don’t currently see it as a major cause for concern. Here’s why. Also called the “term spread,” the yield curve is the difference between short-term interest rates and long-term interest rates (such as between […]
They’re the largest economies in the world, the “Big Four,” the US, China, Great Britain, and Japan, but Dr. Perryman says these large economies are not created equally.
The National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo found builder optimism down fairly significantly in its latest survey. Dr. Perryman takes a look.